Kaoru Watanabe's INCENSE

Thu May 19, 2022
7:30pm ET
All ages
FREE

Kaoru Watanabe, the New York-based composer and musician specializing in Japanese flutes and percussion, performs music from his newest work, Incense, in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the Atrium.

The solo performance features Watanabe live on drums, flute, and vocals, mixed with electronic loops and samples as he explores the dual uses and meanings of the piece's title.

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